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    gaijin playa: You seem unaware that non-Japanese commit fewer crimes per person than Japanese. Therefore, increasing the number of non-Japanese will decrease the crime rate. You can check the NPA crime figures if you want the actual numbers, facts rather than fancies.

    Posted in: Japan aims to attract more foreign workers

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    What about transgender people: where is the Oscar category for them? All we have is "best actor", "best actress" etc. And when was the last time an Inuit won anything? It's totally unacceptable in this day and age.

    These exclusionist, discriminatory awards ceremonies should be consigned to the dustbin of history. The only fair approach is to give awards to anyone that wants one.

    Posted in: Oscars still lagging in female and minority representation

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    It looks nice but is too expensive. I'd stay in a hotel in Tokyo and take an early train. There isn't much to do in Osaka at 6:40 in the morning anyway.

    The buses from Sendai to Tokyo can cost around Y4000 - 5000, or less than half the Shinkansen price. For that you can get a nice seat in a 3-rows-across bus.

    Posted in: Japan’s new luxury overnight bus is conveniently classy way to get from Tokyo to Osaka

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    People who come to Japan on temporary visas to work will likely save or send home most of their salary, doing little or nothing for local economies in the process.

    How about offering permanent residence visas to suitable applicants from overseas? Such people will be more motivated to succeed and make a go of their new life in Japan. Of course, they will also have lots of rights which temporary workers/slaves won't have, which is probably why it doesn't happen.

    Posted in: Japan aims to attract more foreign workers

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    Both Abe and the head of the school are members of Nippon Kaigi and therefore Abe is at least indirectly involved. I'm sure the matter was discussed between them at some point.

    I don't believe that the land was contaminated at all: how much work was done to remove contamination on the adjacent park? It's all lies made up to justify the use of taxpayers' money to fund a fascist, xenophobic school supported by many LDP politicians.

    Meanwhile, where there is contamination, such as at the new Toyosu market, the figures are fiddled in the other direction, allowing LDP politicians to put their hands in the taxpayers' pockets once again.

    So much corruption, yet no proper investigations, no arrests, no charges and no jail time for anyone involved. Absolutely scandalous.

    Posted in: Abe questioned over gov't land deal with nationalist school operator

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    Currently, two of every three applicants for Customs and Border Protection jobs fail polygraph exams

    Polygraph tests have no scientific basis and are meaningless; they should be scrapped. See antipolygraph.org for more detaiis.

    Posted in: Millions living in U.S. illegally targeted for possible deportation under Trump rules

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    In most cases there is no need for an employee to be relocated. Companies only do it as a way of showing their employees who is in charge. It's time companies stopped treating their employees like pieces of equipment.

    Posted in: More workers able to decline relocations without risking promotion

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    The dodgy deals are finally catching up with the old crook Ishihara. If he claims to be suffering from "dementia" and cannot remember anything he should be placed in a secure facility and never allowed out on his own again.

    Posted in: Tokyo assembly to summon Ishihara to testify over Tsukiji market relocation

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    Tokyo’s Waseda University, a highly rated private university

    Highly rated by whom? Objectively it is not that good a university, so please stop saying it is.

    Japanese universities are dropping down the international rankings, partially because they are wasting their money employing these useless "retired" bureaucrats instead of academic staff.

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    Why doesn't Toshiba exit the nuclear business and dump Westinghouse? Instead, they sell off the best parts of the company, leaving all the rubbish. I can't see how that can help recovery.

    Posted in: Toshiba shares dive on nuclear woes; S&P warns over rating

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    What does the government define as a "terrorist act"? Some LDP politicians see demonstrations against nuclear power as "terrorism".

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    Whoever authorised the sale of the land should be made to pay the difference between the actual value and the amount it was sold for. Abe is surely involved somehow, but it will be difficult to pin anything on him. They could start by prosecuting the bureaucrats who made the sale (it won't happen, of course) and that might encourage them to reveal who pressured them to accept a lower price. Keep doing this until the trail reaches to Abe or his Nippon Kaigi mates.

    But Japan is so corrupt it's a certainty that nothing will be done, apart from a few bows and apologies.

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    What a bunch of fools. I hope they won't complain when people living overseas download their DVDs, but I'm sure they will. They will doubtless be moaning that piracy is costing them sales, even though they refuse to sell their products.

    Posted in: Publisher of some of Japan’s most popular anime suddenly restricts exports of its Blu-rays, DVDs

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    This is a ruse to increase the number of "victims" of the bombings. You might as well argue that everyone in the world is a "victim" to the extent that a few radioactive particles from the bombings would have found their way to other countries. That makes me a "victim" too. Where's my cash?

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    Even if Trump learned to spell his writing would still be full of lies.

    Posted in: Hey, Mr President: It's time to make spellcheck great again

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    The Koreans and Chinese working on the island were not slaves, they were "comfort miners".

    Posted in: Japan's 'Battleship island' haunted by ghosts of its past

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    Instead of whining about leaks Trump should explain why he allowed Flynn to lie to Pence. Trump should at the very least apologise to Pence.

    Posted in: Trump criticizes 'fake media' on Flynn story

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    If the Israelis want the land they also have to take the people that live there. That means granting full, irrevocable Israeli citizenship to all Palestinians in the occupied territories. If Israel is not prepared to do that they should return all of the land they have occupied and remove all of their troops from it.

    Posted in: Meeting Israel's Netanyahu, Trump backs away from commitment to Palestinian state

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    The other day a report said that the number of fares has increased by something like 25% since the fare reduction. But since the initial fare has dropped by 43% it's not clear if the drivers are any better off as a result. It all depends on how far people travel.

    Posted in: Inside stories about those new cheaper short taxi rides

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    Keio is a highly rated private university

    It's ranked 601-800th in the world according to the THE rankings, which isn't particularly high, although Japanese somehow see it as prestigious.

    I'd like to see universities forced to make a public announcement whenever they hire any former bureaucrat. Included in the announcement should be details of where the position was advertised and how many other applicants there were. The same procedure could be applied to all companies and organisations. Only by exposing what is going on can the corruption be halted. That's precisely why it won't happen.

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